In the Black“In the Black”
Andrew Ceroni

One by one, the CIA’s most highly valued Russian double agents have been assassinated.

The Agency learns that the attacks originated from a Russian cyberwarfare program called Chernyy Almaz (or Black Diamond), a mind-control program. The CIA must quickly respond to stop the attacks and expel its top agents.

Dr. Armand Mishenkov heads Russia’s Cold Fusion Weaponry Research. Mishenkov escapes to Ukraine. But freedom is still far away. Agent Dave McClure, along with Tony Robertson, are being pursued by Russian assassins. They also want to smuggle Mishenkov across Europe and into the United States. Will they be able to make it alive? Shop at

Hello Whimsy“Hello Whimsy”
Jean Ngo

Whimsy, the cat, attempts to make friends with birds, in this children’s story! Does Whimsy and another furry feline make a good match? Whimsy is a wandering cat who meets many animals every day. But she also has her problems. This tale will teach you how to socialize beyond the genus-surface. Find out how frienships are created.

The author lives with Misty, her fur-baby who is named Whimsy. Jean loves to relax, talk to roses, and enjoy a cup or tea. Shop at

Functional Dysfunction: From Sour Grapes to Fine Wine“Functional Dysfunction: From Sour Grapes to Fine Wine”
Dr. C. Errol Ball

Life can be hard. Our greatest challenges may come at the beginning of our lives, or in the most extreme cases. It is how we respond to these early challenges that will determine the shape of our world and our perceptions of it.

The author is both a doctor and a minister and witnesses to the joys as well as the sorrows of his patients. He views the world as a complex interplay between body, mind, and spirit. He has found that all experiences, no matter how painful or happy, offer an opportunity to grow, to transform our bitter grapes into fine wines. Shop at

Riding the Executive Roller Coaster: Medical Staffing Cases“Riding the Executive Roller Coaster: Medical Staffing Cases ”
Kelli Christina

This fictionalized book is based on real-life court cases and events that were not reported by the media for a decade. The book’s primary role is played by the author, who covers the trials of professional offices at their most and least stressful moments.

Many people can be affected by improper or illegal business and professional management. This book chronicles the long journey of success and despair, as well as the lessons learned from lawsuits and losses. Shop at

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